Al Capone’s Mansion in Miami Has Been Bought and Won’t Be Demolished

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The colonial-style mansion has two floors, eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a sauna, a spa, a large swimming pool and is surrounded by palm trees.

The colonial-style mansion has two floors, eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a sauna, a spa, a large swimming pool and is surrounded by palm trees. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

famous dacoit mansion al Capone (1899-1947) in miami, in the United States, was acquired for US$15.5 million (approximately R$85.5 million) and is no longer at risk of collapse.

splendid construction by the sea palm island, was bought by Gangster in 1928 – six years after its construction – for $40,000. In addition to living in the mansion during his time there, the residence was where Al Capone spent the rest of his life until he died of a heart attack in 1947 in a bedroom.

The colonial-style building has two floors, eight bedrooms, eight baths, a sauna, a spa, and a large swimming pool, not to mention the fact that it is surrounded by palm trees.

almost 70 years later Yes (1897–1986), wife of Capone, real estate developer, selling the mansion Todd Glaser and investors Nelson Gonzalez acquired property.

One of the plans was to demolish the house and erase the dacoit’s legacy, but the issue sparked a major debate in the community.

However, according to the newspaper Miami Herald93 Palm Residences LLC, which is managed by Tony Alam, purchased the mansion for $15.5 million, ending the dispute.

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About the author: Muhammad Wayne

Wayne is a reporter who covers everything from oil trading to China's biggest conglomerates and technology companies. Originally from Chicago, he is a graduate of New York University's business and economic reporting program.

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